The Coffee House - May 2006
With hotly contested races for governor, US Senate and other offices this year in Maryland, we check in with the prior governor, Parris Glendening, for an extended discussion about who the strongest candidates are and who would make the best office holders. Glendening sizes up Doug Duncan, Martin OMalley, Ben Cardin, Kweisi Mfume, Michael Steele and others. Since leaving office, Glendening has been serving as president of the Smart Growth Leadership Institute. So we talk about sprawl and the ICC, and also global warming, gay marriage, immigrant rights, capital punishment, and his legacy.
Run time 57:45Producer Mark CohenProduction Company MPD PRODUCTIONS, INC.Sponsor www.coffeehousetv.orgAudio/Visual sound, colorContact Information Mark Cohen
Weve got music by Kiva, a percussive, acoustic, worldbeat ensemble that celebrates the magic of nature and ancient bardic traditions
Performance artist Holly Bass presents an excerpt from her one-woman play, Baby Diva.
And Festival Director Patricia Finneran previews the fourth annual Silver Docs Festival which will bring some one hundred films to the AFI Silver in Silver Spring, MD the week of June 13 18. The Festival also features workshops and networking opportunities for documentary filmmakers, and some gala events featuring filmmakers Jim Jarmusch and Martin Scorsese, and even Robbie Robertson, the leader of The Band, the subject of Scorseses heralded documentary, The Last Waltz.